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In Cxime" For 4-H of Jefferson County 4-H are learning about e prevention through the 1984-85 program "Crimp in according to Jim Stale3, Jef- l County 4-H Extension Agent. are studying areas such as personal property pro- watch, crime and shoplifting. t 4-H club meeUngs will em- ideas through role playing, guest home security check lists, it- talks, visual presentations contests. ~theme for the 1985 4-H Health May 11 will also be Crimp in Crime" with 4-H'ers in a county-wide poster Posters are to be no longer competition will by junior and senior In Crime program, contact thf County Extension Service BAKERTON AI Rupel Dial 876-6427 or 876-6280 and Bill and Jean H er lost Mildred Mae Miloscvich Feb. 18. She died in St. Hospital, Steubenville, Ohio. was buried last Fri- Cemetery in Mar- She was born Jan. 7, 1918 in the daughter of the Maude Eleanor She is survived by her three sons, a daughter, four three sisters, 19 grand- and three great- t Friday The robin was hopping ; looking for worms in Bill's a short summer, but a nice Saturday and Sunday were incredible gift our winter- could imagine. The sun out and the temperature climb- last stu~orn patches of ice I the woodsbed rneRed. We blink- opened doors and and let the fwe go out in the a burst of energy, we the spring to continue we had started last saws and clippers, we away at vines and brambles. a corduroy bidge across the th~ rebuilt ~ stonesteps access to the spring. Startl- and crawdads hopped and away as we dug into the the spring. After we remov- silt, the spring's became a healthy gurgle. of water about an arm's pushed out from the back corner; smaller the other side. our way downstream ! shovel, by hand. dug out was laid up on we might need it fer a dam. and crawdads emerged, spring mouth. We in muscles long unused. mcovernd arms and the water chilled bare feet. grit. worked its way into our made frequent passes,l It felt good to [llo sure I'll be hapIpy when Josh I how to read. The wild stories he z up while looking at a piece of somelhing scribbled on it think, vastly entertaining. prndm of the fact does not, at this stage, feel ,rules of logic. His mind :to soar and bound through the picki up whatever con. Much too soon, taught to channd himself in- perhaps preparing good little computer I worry about how he through the maze of values and bright distrac- beset us all. I am glad we television from our ; tosee what might peel away in order to see more clearly. the answer is less cemp]ex It may be that my role ' be that example. If I, in my way, can manage to be a son, perhaps see and follow along. When I am frequently aware obeerved--that my actions .in his Some day, ,to guido him a difficult way. a and charming asked ,a bex of chocolates for eight does the money go fro'?" I program at she replied. I said. "How mueb will ge to support eae put it this way; are you fairly in the athletic not really. The boys get to do than we do." mother, hereby. ',How do SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY-, FEBRUARY 28, 1985 you feel about this?" "Well," she said, "something should were dinner guests Sunday with her Linda Pierson, Timmy Hough, Robin be done about it." aunt, Inez Hawk. McDonald, Roger and Lisa Howell, "Exactly," I said, turning back to Ellen Writ and daughter VickeyShelia Mobley and sons Tommy and the girl. "Please tell the coach I want were visitors on Sunday of her Aunt Michael, Aaron Howell and Richie my money to be spent on girls' Nettle Staubs, and later visited Lester Nick. athletics." and Pauline Wilt. Visitors Sunday of Bill and Petrinia I think the next PTA meeting at that George and Sad Talton anddaught " Howell and children Melissa and school might be pretty lively. Roxanne, Malcoma Talton and Jada Aaron were Donald ~ June Jackson. Hetzell were visitors Sunday of PetriniaHowell, SheliaMobleyand Beatrice Everhart. Lisa Howell attended a baby shower KABLETOWN George and Sed Talton and daughter Tuesday in honor of proud parents to Marionna Smallwood Roxanne and Jada Hetzell were be Wayne and Barbara Anderson, held visitors on Sunday evening of Bill and at the home of Harland and Elsie Dial 725-5707 Laverne Dunn of Walnut Grove. Anderson in Ranson. Dinner guests Sunday of George and Anna Grove and Antionette S/Sgt. Allen Jenkins, Mrs. Jenkins, Sed Talton and daughter Roxanne Everbart were visitors Friday of their two children, Mr. and Mrs. were Demis and Cindy Crawfordand Louise Howell. George Hoffman and daughter son Denny. Later visitors were Ran- Visitors Sunday of Curtis and Deb- Heather have returned to Augusta, dy Talton and Carol Johnson. bie Everhart were Malinda Cook and Ga after visiting Mrs. Jenkins Malcoma Talton and Jada Hetzell daughters Missy and Amanda and parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Henry Clipp spent the weekend with George and fyiend Calvin, Aretta Cook and sons and other relatives in the county. In SOd Talton and daughter Roxanne. Mike and Ray. the near future Mrs. Jenkins and Alice Reedy of New Market, Va Visitors Saturday of Edgar children will return to this communi- spent several days with Doc and Everhart, Wanda and Angle were Pat- ty where they plan to stay while Sgt. Margie Garrett. sy Everhart and daughter Jeri, April Jenkins is in Hawaii. Visitors Saturday of Doc and Margie Grove, Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Relatives and friends received word Garrett were Winston and Reba Ray. of the death of Mrs. Mazie Heskett Presgraves and son Tick of Berryville, Visitors Thursday of Ervin and Lin- Ware which occurred Friday, Feb. 22 Va and Sonny Woodard of Inwood. da Nick and daughters Missy and Jen- in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Leona Staubs turned homenffer were Dusty and Mary Stifley of Mrs. Ware had been critically ill for Tuesday from Jefferson Memorial Frederick, Md. some time. Our sympathy is extend- Hospital where she was a patient for Past week visitors of Dead and ed to surviving members of the family, several days. Prayers still go with Genevieve Grove were Ginger Grove, Helen Thompson fell Saturday, you as you recuperate. Alice Cook and son Brian, Ervin Nick February 16, at her home resulting in Visitors Thursday of Judy Wilson and daughter Missy, Dusty Stifley, a knee injury. Mr. and Mrs. James and daughter Beth were Mary Gray Fred and Peg Nick. Whittington, Charles Town, wereand Anna England of Mannings. Visitors on Wednesday of Edgar callers here Friday afternoon. Visitors Saturday of Cliff and Judy Everhart, Wanda and Angie were Fishermen reported good luck this Wilson and children Jason and Beth Frances Rodgers, Norma Smnot and past week, that is a few of them. Satur- were Sharon Nick and daughter children Brent and Regan. day, Gregory Dillow caught a brown Amber. Dawn Cook friend Melissa of Baker- trout weighing I lb. 5 ounces in Happy birthday wishes go to Edgar ton spent the weekend with Dawn and Bullskin Creek while Ralph Dyer of Everhart who celebrated his birthday her parents Lyle and Diane Cook and Middletown, Md caught a 3 pound Sunday with a turkey dinner with all son Chris. rainbow trout in Evitt's Creek.the trimmings. Those who helped to A very happy lady is Judy Jeffries celebrate the special occasion were MIDDLEWAY who has long been a lover of horses. Curtis, Wanda and Angie Everbart, Her husband bought one for her this Waher and Mildred Cogle, Dave and Naomi Barrow pastweek. She plans to enjoy King this Susan Waters, Donald Cegle andDial 725-2500 summer, children Joshua and Monica. Later Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler enter- . visitors were LouSe and Angle Staubs Sunday, Thomas White was treated tained to a dinner Saturday evening and daughter Fawn, Aretta Cook and to an advance birthday dinner at the honoring his sister-m-law Mrs. Lewis sons Mike and Ray, Missy and Aman- Cliffside Inn in Haxpers Ferry. The Rissler on her natal anniversary, da Cook, Diane Cook, Robin Hough, was a treat from his son-in-law Mrs. Sadie Milton has returned to Linda Staubs and son Eddie, Lea and and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold her home on Mt. Hammond Drivel Barbara Staubs. after being a patient in the Jefferson Poston. Joining them for dinner was Memorial Hospital. Our best wishes Jerry Nick and sons Richie andMrs. Helen White. and prayers are for her recovery. Wesley and Buck Nick were dinner Mrs. Mary Miller and daughter Pat- Donald Bayer, U.S. Navy, is on an guests Sunday of Fred and Peg Nick. ty of Falls Church, Va were Saturday 18 month tour in the Mediterranean. Buck Nick of Summit Point spent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Graver The Rev. Smith and Mrs. Smith the day Sunday with his grandparents Russell, Sr. were surprised folks when they came Fred and Peg Nick. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Zombro and to the church to enjoy a covered dish Jerry and Mae Nick and son Richie son D.R. of Halltown were Sunday supper Sunday evening. This was and Wesley, Judy Wilson and children afternoon visitors with Mrs. Helen scheduled to be just one of the regular Jason and Beth were visitors on Sun- White. events but as soon as they entered the day of Charles and Mary Gray and Revival services are being planned door, the signs of Happy 55th wedding children Chuckle, Missy and Pat of for Holy Week for the Jefferson anniversary greeted them and all Mannings. Charge. For Palm Sunday and Man- gathered in singing "Happy Anniver- Melissa Howell spent Saturday night day evening services at the Leetewn sary." The guest's table was centered with her cousin Missy Nick. United Methodist Church. Tuesday, with an arrangement 0f.cut flowers Peg Nick was a visitor Friday of from the congrega~ while nearbyLinda Nick and daughters Missy and Middleway United Methodist Church. was a beautiful three tier cake given Jennifer. Wednesday the Rev. Glenn Stevens at by Richard Rowland. Other gifts and Visitors Saturday of Ervin and Lin- the Summit Point United Methodist many cards were in evidence. During da Nick and daughters Missy and Jan- Church, Thursday at Summit Point. . the ening singing, aceomp Aed by .niferwerf ,Tom y Haler, Jerry Betty White, painist, was enjoyed. We Nick and son Wesley, Skip Elliott, were happy to welcome several Bryan Longerbeam, Donald Nick and visitors, friend Angle, Frank Nick and Also an African Violet was given to Mr. and Mrs. Smith by the Sharing Group. It must be noted that this correspon- dent caused some anxiety when she was unable to find her car key when time came to go home. After fri~ ten er fifteen of them, using head lights of cars and flashlights, searched for ten minutes or more, someone sug- gested looking in her drss pocket to which she replied, "My dress doesn't have a pocket." Upon investigating there was a pocket and in it were the keys. (How stupid I felt! Bob White ex- claimed, "Maa, I'm going to tie a rope around your ueck to keep you f-ram los- ing your head!" I am one of the greatest losers of a .icles). daughter Donna. Happy Birthday.wishes go to Dan- ny Everhart who celebrated his birth- day Friday February 22. Visitors Sunday of Louise Howell, were Dorothy Grove and son Bruce, CHESTNUT HILL Patsy Everhart Dial 725-8608 SOUP, SANDWICH SALE The Chestnut Hill Junior Youth Group will hold a soup and sandwich sale Saturday March 2, at the Wesley House beginning at 12:00 noon. There will be a Bake Sale beginning at 10:00 a.m. Herman and Lillian Garrett were visitors Friday of Margaret Jenkins and family of A dinner guest last Sunday of Her- man and Lillian Garrett was Esta Broadway. A later visitor was Rhoda Short. Herman and Lillian Garrett were visitors Sunday of Pearl Harris of Wilts Trailer Park. The King and Queen of He re'is dance was held Friday night at the Harpers Ferry Junior High School. Coogratu~- tions go to Duane P#rrow and Dawn Cook chosen King and Queen of Hearts. Rose Thomas was a visitor Wednes- day of Elaine Grove. Visitors Saturday of Jerry and Elaine Grove were Jeff and Donna Grove and daughter Jill, Richard and Roxanne Byrd. Visitors on Sunday of Jerry and Elaine Grove were Ellen Wilt and daughter rickey, Jeff and Donna Grove and daughter Jill. Lester and Pauline Wilt were visitors on Saturday in Winchster, Va while Pauline made a visit to her doctor. Prayers and thoughts go to Virginia Longerbeam who is a patient at JeL fe~oon Memc~ al Hospital. Visitors Satin-day of Tom and Pose Thomas. and daughter Mandy were Ellen Wilt and daughter Vickey, Johnhy and Faye Grove and children Mitchell and Stephanie, Tom and Don- na Wilt and children George and Con- nle, Kay Grove and Missy Grove. Ellen Wilt and daughter Vickey 17 Miss Amy Dell spent Sunday night with Renee and Julie Mills in Hidden LEGAL NOTICES River. LaDem Snyder of Inwood spent the past week with her grandparents Mr. NOTICE and Mrs. I.ester White. I have before me the accounts of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills andthe Estates of the following deceased daughter Julie, Mr. and Mrs. Harry persons: Shirley and daughter Sherry, Mr. and Estate of Samuel Wolff Mrs. Oscar Breeden and daughter Estate of Walter C. StoOJemyer, St. Stacie were among those from the Estate of Anthony Michael Petti Village attending the kindergarten Estate of Rosa B. Hankey banquet held on Friday night at the EstateofJamosEimerGeens South Jefferson Elementary School. Estate of Frederick Calvin Meier Mrs. Stanley Dunn Sr Mrs. Keenan Estate of Harding R, Staubs Dunn, Kristy Dtmn, Kathy Durra, Mrs. Estate of Katherine K. Dillow William Friend, Anessa Friend and Estate of Paul E. Cannon Stephanie Funkhouser from the Estate of Samuel H. Hawk Village attended the Millbrook Fourth Estate of Earl Woodrow Miller Annual Young Peoples Concert held on Estate of Robert Carr Sunday at Shepherd College. Estate of Grace M, Davis BABY SHOWER Any person having a claim against Sunday afternoon, February 17, Ann the Estate of the said deceased per- Caton was honored with a baby shower son or persons, or who has any at the Bunker Hill United Methodist beneficial interest in, may appear Church. The shower was arranged by before me or the County Commission Shirley Nichelaus, her mother and at any time within thirty days after Tommy Funkhouser. Games were first publication of this notice, and played and prizes were awarded to request reference of said Estate or Dabble Elliott and Shelby' Cannon, object to confirmation of the said ac- sisters of the guest of honor. The door counting. In the absence of such prize was won by Joy Dodd of Charles request or objection, the accounting Town. may be approved by the County The table was attractively. Commission. decorated with a ceramic stork carry- Given under my hand this 25th day ing a baby. The cake was a white cake of February, 1985. decorated like a baby rattle. Gu. ts JOHN E. at"r, Clerk were Ginny Kendrich and daughter of the County Commission Sarah, Joy Dodd, Penny Jones, Shelby 2/2812 of Jefferson County, WV Cannon, and daughters Micah and Kyla, Shirley Nicholaus, Leesa Knode, Mrs. Bonnie Turner, Kenneth Tammy Funkhouser, Debbie Elliott Turner, David Turner, Turner and daughter Jordan and Keith Caton. and Dee Turner were Thursday Delicious refreshments were served, visitors with Mrs. Sylvia Breeden and Ann received many nice gifts,family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones of Mrs. Dora Felgley met Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord, Va were Friday visitors Dick Feigley and daughter Katie in with Mrs. Helen White. Mrs. Roe Hancock, bid. on Saturday and they James was a Sunday visitor, dined together. Dick and his family Naomi Barrow spent Friday with were returning frOm a trip to Mexico. Jffmes and Virginia Klunk in Green- Mrs. Bonnie Turner was a Wednes- castle, Penn. They dined in day visitor with her daughter-in-law, Greencastle. Mrs. Phyllis Turner in Inwood. Mrs. Graver "Louise" RussellMrs. Dora Feigley, Mr. and Mrs. returned to her duties at McGusta Austin Nicodemus and Mrs. Chris Hat- Mills in Brunswick, Md, on Tuesday. rison attended the open house at Louise had been off from work for Hillbrook on Sunday. eleven weeks due to a broken arm. Jack Carson of Ranson was a Sun- Miss Brenda Fritts spent the day visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Terry weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ring, and daughters Pamela, Donna, Fritts and daughter Nicole. Brenda is Kimberly and Candace. attending school at the United Mr. andMrs. KeenanDunntreated Methodist Home in Burlington.Kathy and Kristy Dunn to dinner on Mrs. Fleda Gravel entered the Jef- Sunday after attending the concert at ferson Memorial Hospital on Tuesday Shepherd CoLlege. and on Friday she was transferred to Mrs. Kathleen Mcllwee of Win- the Winchester Medical Center. SYMPATHY The Village extends love and sym- pathy to the family of James L. Gaynor, who passed away last Satur- the Rev. Sheldon Reese wLU be at the ,day in the Washington County chester was a Thursday visitor with Mrs, Alma Swartz, They motored to Martinsburg and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Watson. On Tuesday afternoon, February 26 I saw my first two robins. Spring is Good Friday services at the Mid- February Also, Happy birthday to dleway United Methodist Clrarch. : Snyder who eleb ted her Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowers of birthday on February 26. Russell's Trailer Park, Naomi Barrow Mr. and Mrs. Harry Childs were and Virginia Pierce attended the Saturday afternoon visitors with Mr. covered dish dinner on Sunday even- and Mrs. Clifford Okuno in Bakerton ing at Kabletown United Methodist and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hunter in Church. The dinner was in honor of the Charles Town. Rev. and Mrs. Carol Smith's 55th wed- Rose.anna Atbey of Charles Town ding anniversary, spent weekend with Kimberly Ring. Hospital. His daughter Mrs. Dorothy here. Ring lives in otr area. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring Sr Happy birthday to Miss Becky Ring were Sunday visitors with Mrs. who celebrated her birthday on Josephine Bean in Berkeley Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll spent M~y in Ha~i Va. They also shopped at the mall. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gageby of Charles Town were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Gardner Sr. and son Chuck. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson were Wednesday visitors with Mr. and Mrs, Frank Comer in Ranson 725-2046 you Classifieds TROY-BILT ROTOTILLER$ Free Hiller r~rrowe Ind~lel with filler I~ndm~. D~Kmm~, All mmbls Is stock. Parts, Att~hme~s, G~d4mww/Cm~. TRADE-INS ACCEPTED HICKORY HILL NURSERY Rt. 1, Iox ~P@A, ~ille, VA 2~J~D CALL 702/942-3171 for directions COMPARE OUR RATES & SERVICE BEFORE YOUR RENEW YOUR AUTO or HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE FRANCIS M. FRYE RANSON REAL ESTATE g INSURANCE CO. THIRD AVENUE RANSON, W.VA. 725-7071 Gravel, Sand, Top Soil Fill Dirt Grader g Back Hoe Service Charles Town, W.Ve. Phone; 725-8631 FC~ ALL OF US iiii * RAIBLE -. ~o~. m~ REAL ESTATE SHANNONDALE: New Usting - 3-bdrm. Rambler on large treed lot w/attractive HOUSE, Inc. Route 340, South . Charles Town 304-725 2025 I DEAN BUSH, B oker I ff~ll,l~@ - Cedar liding, 2 BR, 1 /~ bath, full base- ment in Shanrtondale. l $69,900 - 3.37 acres, 3 BR. 2 baths, dining and ~[ living room, kitchen w/range, woodstove, elec. @.) stone fireplace on liv. rm $43,000 I heat, central air, garage, apartment, basement. @1 HAMILT - -' -'IRGINIA v S s.0oo. Approx 40 year old frame 2 bedroom ~ with 2 full baths. IS year old addition. LR, DR. 703-338-5400 w/Microwave, range, frig. Centra air, oil forced air heat. Public water & sewoge.~Approx, Metro 352-2111 ~( ocrecornerlot. Locat~latS14|b "l|dA~e. ~ : Motmtain view. I $75,000 - Approx. eight acres fenced in lovely t.) Ed Johnson Real Estati ,o. thi o frame"am, with ,o, bath dressing room. LR, DR, Kit covered front porch. 306 West Washington Street Enclosed back parch g laundry room. Garage. Charles Town, W. Va. ~t Well, Cistern and Spring (all with pumps). Barn ~ 725-45529 " AFTER HOURS 725-1221 ~ and meathouse. Bloomery Road off Rt. 9.W $89,900.3 8R, 2 full baths, fully equipped kitchen, RANSON: 4-Bedroom Frame Rancher, 1 ~-Baths, large living g dining area, 2 car garage, full un. Kit-Din Area. Living Room, Utility, Hardwood floors, finished basement. 3 acres with lovely mountain front & back parches, 2 lots with chain-link fence, view, Assumable loan at 10.95% of approx. 24' above ground pool : all for S43Jd10 $76,0@0 Conestoga. CHARLES TOWN: 3 Bedroom, 2-Story stucco with $I~,$0g - Sp~H Foyer on 4.79 acres with beautiful ]~ kitchen, dining, living & family rooms, woodstove, view of mountains. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, large garage, fenced double lot Sdlg.S00 kit. w/double ovens, range top, trash compactor, g frig DW, pantry. LR, DR, Family room w/fireplace CHARLES TOWN: 3 Bedroom split foyer on acres. kitchen, dining, living, family rooms, woodstove. Assume 10.95% loan $$2,000 TOWN: 3 bedroom brick/frame split foy- er. kitchen, living-dining, dbl closets. Anderson windows, appliances, elec, heat. well insulated, chain link fence, public water & sewer. 3 years old well kept $~4,900 CHAILI~ TOWN: 2-Story brick, 8 rooms. 2 baths, ,stoircose. hordwood floors, basement. $$9,000 CHARLES TOWN: 3 bedroom brick Rancher, 1 baths, kitchen, dining, living, family rooms, Rec. ~m, w/w carpet, Assume loon balance at 8.87%. S7 ,950 HARPERS FERRY: Spacious 3 bddroom brick Rancher on l acre lot. 2 baths, eat-in-kitchen, living, dining. family rooms, fireplace, carpet, all appliances, full bmlemm~, near AMTRAK. One hour to baltway. $89,S00 MOULTON (AIle~/l~fewell) FARM: 186 acres fronting West side of She~h River and SR 27 (81oornery Rd) in Charles Town District. Two story farm house and two tenant houses. Large barn. dairy facility with milking parlor. 2 silos, loafing barn, hay barn. other farm buildings, Terms nego. --- cal insert. Laundry room. furnace room with workshop area and rec. room with sliding glass doors to patio. Heat pump, central air. Potomac Farms, Bakerton. $61,000 . 3 BR, 2 full baths, .fully equipl~KI kit. w/bar area. Fireplace in LR, partial basement g garage under home. Den or 4th BR downstairs. Beautiful landscaping in nice neighborhood near schools and shops. Located in Little Run Acres in Shepherdstown. $45,000 3 BR Rambler w/covered back deck. Large family room w/woodstove. Hardwood. car- pet and tile floors. Well insulated EBB heat. Storage building. Surrounded by nice landscaped and mature shrubbery, located on quiet streat in ! Orchard Hillsl OFFICE HOURS: Monday thru Friday 9 to 5 Saturday 9 to 1: Sunday by Appt. After Hours Calh Gene Pisotelli. $35~527 Lmda Halter - 725-0610 Ernie Martin - 72~4013 Dotty F|annery - 725-27511 Liza McCroren - 1176-6114 Doris Cooper - 725-1278 Ruth Pritchard - 725-3t90 I